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Moores sees Liverpool privileges wound back

Former Liverpool chairman David Moores is seeing his match-day privileges drawn back.

The Daily Mail says Moores and other ex-directors had enjoyed remarkable perks since he sold the club to Americans George Gillett and Tom Hicks.

It included keeping all their directors' box privileges and travelling all expenses paid with the team in Europe.

But the Moores regime has now been moved out of the directors' area at Anfield and relocated in a sponsors' room - where they still enjoy hospitality - and they will no longer be part of the official party on away trips.

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